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. a lot of injuries in this as well. our susan candiotti is live in bridgeport, connecticut. you've been there through it all. any indication at this time of the latest in the investigation and how long it could take? >> not yet, but they are making progress. all night long, poppy, investigators have been meticulously prying apart each of these train cars from each other and rolling them down the tracks so that they can clear the area sew tho that repairs c begin. they've already recovered black boxes from both of the trains that jumped the track. and they'll be trying to figure out a timeline from that. for example, how fast each of the trains was going. they have that information and expect to be revealing it to us later today. but they're also paying special interest to one particular area, take a look. measuring tracks and twisted rails, climbing into and on top of damaged train cars, national transportation safety board investigators are dissecting every possibility to find out what went wrong. for one thing, they're taking a closer look at a rail fracture below the new york new hav
. susan candiotti joins us now live from bridgeport, connecticut where they've got a few things at hand here. you have people still recovering in the hospital. you've got the investigation of the crash itself. removal of debris, and the worry about tomorrow morning's commute. >> a lot of things to talk about here, fred. but let's boil it down to this. first of all, authorities and investigators both looking at the scene here were here throughout the night and day removing all the train cars from the tracks. that's a metro north train system. painstakingly removing them. two of the most damaged cars were taken to a special facility where investigators will be able to take a closer look at them. now we have this new development learning tonight more information coming to us from those plaque boxes that were recovered from the trains. we learned that both were going about 70 miles an hour, which we are told is normal speed for these trains at the time of the accident, when one derailed and the other plowed into a train going into the opposite direction. there was some braking just before t
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